I’ve been using an iPod since October 2001 when Apple first introduced the product that “puts 1,000 songs in your pocket.” We’ve come a long way since then, but one thing that hasn’t changed is my love for the iPod.
The iPW (iPocketWatch) lets you wear your iPod Nano the old school way, on a chain, in the pocket.
Apple is warning users of its 1st generation iPod nano of potential overheating problems. According to Apple, the nanos in question were sold between September 2005 and December 2006. While the problem only happens in “very rare cases,” Apple does … Continued
For instance, the iPod nano doesn’t have built in Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, so wirelessly connecting it to your audio systems is out of the question.Well, at least, that was a problem. A new Kickstarter project, named The Proof, has the lofty goal of changing all of that by including not only Bluetooth into their iWatch case design, but also waterproofing.
Lots of cool Kickstarter projects around. Good find by Schnell.
There are a lot of reasons to love the iPod nano. Apple’s diminutive device has been part of my music listening arsenal since it was first released and still is. The first thing I noticed about the new iPod nano … Continued
Dana Wollman comparing the Motoactv to the iPod nano at Engadget: With its square shape, 1.6-inch touchscreen and raft of fitness features, it’s impossible not to draw that parallel as soon as you even read about the thing. Without the … Continued
Apple on Tuesday introduced updated iPod touch and iPod nano models. The iPod touch now starts at $199, while the iPod nano costs $129. The new iPod touch, which ships on October 12, 2011. It comes in 8GB, 32GB and … Continued
It seems really crazy to be talking — or even thinking about — the iPad 3, but here we are.
Apple revamped its entire iPod line-up at its September event last week, but for me, the biggest winner is the iPod nano.
Perhaps one of the most misunderstood things about Apple’s portable devices is the way some of the features affect battery life. Two new pages on Apple’s Web site may help users with that.
Apple on Monday reported a first quarter 2010 profit of $3.38 billion on $15.68 billion of revenue.
Apple has some of the best selling computers in the market, it’s the No. 1 music distributor, it sells movies, TV shows, iPods and it’s changing the mobile space with the iPhone and App Store. It’s also one of the … Continued
If you’ve ever been in the unenviable situation of needing to get your music and videos off an iPod or iPhone and on to your computer, you know the value of having a good application to get the job done. … Continued
Apple on Monday launched a sale on select Mac, iPhone, and iPod accessories on its online store.
Apple on Monday launched its annual Holiday Gift Guide, pointing users to products and accessories from third-party companies.
Apple’s Steve Jobs is one of the most loved and feared CEOs in history, and for good reason.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about Apple approaching newspaper and magazine publishers around the world about making their product available on a yet unannounced device. This makes a lot of sense if you look at it the right … Continued
I’ll never forget Michael Dell’s comments at a 1997 technology conference when asked what he would do to fix Apple.
According to a new study from market research firm NPD, 12 percent of all U.S. households own a Mac. That’s a pretty big increase for Apple, moving up 3 percent from the 9 percent of U.S. households reported for Apple … Continued
According to new data from market research firm NPD, Apple is on track to increase its Mac sales for its September quarter over the same period last year.
There have been a lot of questions about the quality of the iPod nano’s video camera, so I thought I’d enlist the help of a friend and test it out.
The big question on everyone’s mind yesterday was about cameras. Why the iPod touch didn’t get one and the iPod nano only got video recording and not the ability to take still photos.
I got one of the new iPod nanos that has the built-in video camera this afternoon and thought I’d give you my first impressions.
With the release of the new iPods and iTunes 9 at its event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Apple aimed to put itself further ahead of the competition in the app, music and MP3 player business. One analyst believes they … Continued
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Apple on Monday sent out invitations to a special event being held in San Francisco on September 9. While nobody knows the details, Piper Jaffray Senior Research Analyst, Gene Munster, expects Apple CEO Steve Jobs to host the event.
Apple on Monday sent invites to select media inviting them to an event in San Francisco on September 9.
We all expect an Apple music event in September — Apple does it every year, but they haven’t confirmed a date for this year yet.
Piper Jaffray Senior Research Analyst, Gene Munster, is maintaining his Overweight rating of Apple’s shares after analyzing the most recent data on Apple’s sales.
Speculation of an Apple event in September broke earlier today, but The Loop has learned the event will not include the introduction of the rumored Apple tablet.